Exception Creditor Statutes:  In states with self-settled trust statutes, some state statutes have certain classes of creditors that are exceptions to the rule that the trust cannot be pierced by a creditor after the creditor’s claims period has run. For example, spouses, spousal-support, child support, etc.


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